Logistics Roundup: January 13, 2008

Tuesday, January 13, 2009 6:09
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Important Announcement
Major shipping, aviation funds to boost reforms
Wal-Mart, Carrefour Spur Local Logistics Alliance
China Eastern Airlines to post ‘significant loss’ for 2008
China railways: Slowing economy means flat rail cargo volume for 2009

Read the rest of the news after the break.

General Logistics
China allows grace period on 24-hour rule
Logistics sector in Tongliao growing rapidly
Haikou to set up comprehensive bonded area

Hainan Airlines to add more flights to and out of Xian
Domestic airlines eye 11% rise in passengers
Airports expect 5.58m travelers
Air ticket prices rise as Spring Festival approaching
AVIC joins hands with Tianjin for helicopters
Airlines get 3-year grace on fuel surcharge tax
Shenzhen Airlines to launch new carrier in Yunnan

China’s Tianjin Port container throughput up almost 20% in 2008
Dalian port throughput in 2008 up by 28% YoY

China: Builders of bridge that collapsed sentenced

Railway station shows some love
Alstom’s call for boycott of train export groundless
China Railway wins contracts worth RMB 25 bln
Wuhan-Guangzhou rail work resumes after residents suspend protest
Security tightened in Guangzhou Railway Station

Warehousing/ Distribution
Suning to open over 200 new stores in 2009


RFID World China to Host the First 2009 China International RFID Technologies and Applications Show
E-commerce platform to help exports
Sterling Commerce Receives Logistics Awards in China
Neonlite Selects Infor to Illuminate Manufacturing and Logistics Processes

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